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How to Pay Your Bill

    Students should be financially prepared to meet any non-university expenses at the start of the term. Timely payments avoid late fee charges and/or financial holds on students' accounts. Late fees are assessed at 1% monthly (12% annually) beginning 60 days after the start of the semester/term. Unpaid balances at the end of the semester/term may be subject to third-party collections.

    Contact Student Financial Support if you have questions or wish to review your account.

    How to Pay Description
     Payment Plans Saint Leo University offers a convenient way to automatically withdraw payments from your banking or credit card account over the course of each semester or term. The Saint Leo University Payment Plan option allows students to divide the amount due from the billing statement into multiple installments. 
     Pay Online Debit or credit cards may be used to pay balances at through the 'Pay On My Account' feature in eLion. Payments can also be made through the Saint Leo University Payment Plan System.

    If you are a first time user, click the link on the left for information on how to sign in. 
     Pay in Person or Over the Phone Students can make payments by check, money order, or credit/debit card with a Student Financial Advisor in person or over the phone. To do so, call 800-240-7658 or visit Student Financial Support in Saint Edwards Hall on University Campus. Please note that University Campus is cash-free.
     Pay by Mail To pay by mail, please send a check or money order to:

    Saint Leo University, Inc.
    P.O. Box 628301
    Orlando, FL 32862-8301

    Be sure to include your student ID with your check or money order so that the university can credit the correct account with your payment.

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